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Seahawks’ Schofield out to prove himself

Seahawks’ Schofield out to prove himself

Seattle Seahawks' O'Brien Schofield walks on the field agaist the St. Louis Rams in the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013, in Seattle. Photo: Associated Press/AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

CURTIS CRABTREE, Associated Press
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Seattle Seahawks defensive end O’Brien Schofield is more determined than ever to prove himself after what he calls a “crazy” offseason.

Schofield was one of the most disruptive players on Seattle’s defense in the Seahawks’ 41-14 preseason win over the San Diego Chargers last Friday night. Schofield racked up three tackles — two for loss — a sack and four quarterback hits.

Schofield was set to turn his success as a member of the Super Bowl champion Seahawks into a lucrative contract this offseason. Schofield agreed to terms on a two-year, $8 million deal to join the New York Giants only to have the deal voided after he failed his physical.
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